WEBINAR

Enabling Business Agility Through Open Technology

Date: Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Time: 9:00 – 9:50 am PST
Cost: Free

Join Us for a Complimentary Live Webinar Sponsored by SUSE

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Abstract:
What is business agility? It sounds great, I’ll take two! But how do you achieve it? There have been many breakthroughs in history that have greatly improved the ability of businesses to respond to changing business environments, customer demands, and competitive threats. Few match the impact cloud native computing and modern development paradigms are having on businesses of all sizes across all industries.

This session looks at what it means for a business to be agile and how the latest advances in cloud, containers, and kubernetes, aka cloud native computing, are impacting not just one organization within a business, but operations, developers, and the business stakeholders alike. Don’t be mistaken, there are challenges and obstacles on the journey. This conversation will help you understand them, and considerations to proactively address them as you proceed to cloud native computing.

This webinar is sponsored by SUSE and hosted by The Linux Foundation.

Speaker:
Brent Schroeder, CTO, SUSE

As CTO, Mr. Schroeder is responsible for shaping SUSE’s technology and portfolio strategy in support of emerging use cases in areas such as Hybrid Cloud, IoT and AI/ML. He drives the technology relationship with numerous industry partners, participates in open source communities as well as evangelizes the SUSE vision with customers, press and analysts.

Mr. Schroeder brings to SUSE over 25 years of technology innovation and development experience in the IT industry. Prior to joining SUSE, with Dell’s Office of the CTO, he was responsible for software technology strategy covering hybrid cloud, systems management, virtualization and operating
systems. Mr. Schroeder has also held various management and engineering roles with NCR, Compaq and HP.

Mr. Schroeder holds Bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science and Business Administration from Iowa State University.

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